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Dakine Point Wet/Dry Backpack

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Specs

Material: 600D Polyester
Type: Skate Pack, School Pack
Size: 19 x 12 x 9in
Waist-Belt: No Waist-Belt
Hydration Compatible: Non Hydration Compatible
Rain Cover: No Rain Cover
Access Types: Zippered
External Pockets: Top and Side Mesh
Insulated: Non Insulated
Waterproof: Non Waterproof
Snowboard Carry: Non Snowboard Carry
Ski Carry: Non Ski Carry
Gear Loops: No Gear Loops
Shovel Pocket: No Shovel Pocket
Recommended Use: School, Daily Use, Skateboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Dakine Point Wet/Dry Backpack

When it's time for you to get wet, but need your gear to stay dry, nothing beats the Dakine Point Wet/Dry Backpack. When the waves are crashing and you head out to catch them, you can be assured the Point will have your back. When you are done surfing or diving, the wetsuit pocket keeps your second skin from soaking your stuff. Made specifically with surfers in mind, The Point backpack has straps to attach to your board. Get out there and get wet knowing your supplies will stay dry.

Key Features of the Dakine Point Wet/Dry Backpack:
  • Seam sealed wetsuit pocket
  • Skate carry straps
  • Organizer pocket
  • Fleece lined sunglass pocket
  • Mesh side pockets
  • Volume: 1800 cu. in. [ 29L ]
  • Size: 19 x 12 x 9" [ 42 x 30 x 23cm ]
  • Materials: 600D Polyester

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Is there a compartment for a laptop?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2013
Best Answer: Technically because Dakine Point Backpack is a backpack, the large compartment could be used as a laptop compartment.

If you're looking laptop specific bags check out the link HERE: http://www.the-house.com/laptop-backpacks.html?refine.itemsperpage=120
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 11, 2013
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